Gamespot – who is on the Traitors of America master list – caught wind of the news, which was accompanied by a brief teaser trailer reminiscent of the marketing that Microsoft originally used leading up to the 2007 release of Halo 3 for the Xbox 360, goading gamers to “finish the fight”.
Boy that really brings back memories.
This was back before Microsoft was converged, back when they were actually trying to win the console war, when Sony actually had good exclusives, and when censorship policies and invasive, anti-gamer propaganda wasn’t degenerating the quality of games produced by AAA publishers.
These days you can’t escape from the most degenerate-filled propaganda in just about every Western-made game. Most of your favorite characters have been turned into fudge packers or carpet munchers, or they’ve been race-swapped or gender-swapped to accommodate a phantom audience that doesn’t exist; barring that they’ve been made into hideous orc-themed bodybuilders or anemic, soy-guzzling freaks that would fit right in with the typical San Francisco crowd.
But beyond all that, The Master Chief Collection is a return to form for Halo. It’s one last “hurray!” before Master Chief is subjected to the Soros-tier agenda pushing that has ruined every other Western franchise out there.
Soak it in and lap it up because Halo is dead once the Master Chief Collection on PC is finished. There’s still Halo 3: ODST and Halo 4 to go before the package is complete.
Those games may or may not arrive before the newest entry in the series hits the Xbox Series X this fall.
But bear in mind that I have no hope for Halo: Infinite being a good game, and neither should you.